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Audiometry, Pure-Tone

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  • While it appeared that a decrease in the negative SP after glycerol may be a more sensitive indicator of the changes within the cochlea than either pure-tone audiometry or speech discrimination, no clearcut correlations between this change and the surgical result could be demonstrated [6].
  • Psychometric analyses of HCA, HQ, LOT, BDI, and GQL revealed high reliability in terms of Cronbach's Alpha and split-half r's. Significant intercorrelations were found between several measures, but not with pure-tone audiometry (0.5, 1, 2, and 3 kHz) [7].

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